|Scott Williams 16|
You fool! You accepted it!
*trap the soul spell effect triggers*
Soon! Soon I will have trapped all of Paizo.com’s greatest heroes and then, then the website will be mine and mine alone!!!
Married, prior soul contract already in force. Mahahahahaahhhahahahahahahaahahahahaahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
All souls into the pot...roll 3d6 and highest unique number gets them all.
*Rolls 3d6* "6+4+5=15!"
*rolls 3d6* “6+5+6=Swings a greataxe into yellowdingo’s face”
Get outta here ya mangy mutt! These souls are mine! Mine!
Only if no-one else rolls up a 17 you wannabee evil. I'm gonna use your soul for a sock puppet: "Hello Mr DEV! How are you today?" Sock looks disgruntled...
|A Diabolically Evil Villain|
Hmmm, I just realized something: This first stage of my evil plan has been entirely too effective in drawing in the heroes. A proper villainous plan needs to have many unnecessarily complicated and vulnerable to disruption layered moving parts that seem reasonable on the surface but when you look closer actually make no sense at all. I’m selling myself short by potentially winning in just a few short steps, this plot needs to be far more sinisterly bizarre and practically unworkable for it to worth calling a true villain’s scheme!
For no discernable reason you’ve won this round Heroes of Paizo!
But I shall return to haunt you again, mark my words! Next time Heroes! Next time!
*teleports away in a flash of dark light*
Personal property is the effect of society; and it is as impossible for an individual to acquire personal property without the aid of society, as it is for him to make land originally.
Separate an individual from society, and give him an island or a continent to possess, and he cannot acquire personal property. He cannot be rich. So inseparably are the means connected with the end, in all cases, that where the former do not exist the latter cannot be obtained.
All accumulation, therefore, of personal property, beyond what a man's own hands produce, is derived to him by living in society; and he owes on every principle of justice, of gratitude, and of civilization, a part of that accumulation back again to society from whence the whole came."
Written by Thomas Paine